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[https://teams.microsoft.com/ Microsoft Teams] is a 1 on 1 and group-based communication platform for both text and rich media communication. It can support up to 250 concurrent users per meeting.
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[https://teams.microsoft.com/ Microsoft Teams] is a group-based or 1 on 1 communication platform for both text and rich media communication. It can support up to 250 concurrent users per meeting.
  
Teams might be a useful option for delivering synchronous (live) lectures or facilitating course discussion and is available to all members of the Brock community. Visit the ITS [https://spprov.azurewebsites.net/sds Self-Serve for Teams Site Creation] to set up a site automatically created for your course, and [[Create a Team]] for more information about this process.
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Teams is a useful option for delivering synchronous (live) lectures or facilitating course discussion and is available to all members of the Brock community. Visit the ITS [https://spprov.azurewebsites.net/sds Self-Serve for Teams Site Creation] to set up a site automatically created for your course, and [[Create a Team]] for more information about this process.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:42, 27 August 2021

Microsoft Teams is a group-based or 1 on 1 communication platform for both text and rich media communication. It can support up to 250 concurrent users per meeting.

Teams is a useful option for delivering synchronous (live) lectures or facilitating course discussion and is available to all members of the Brock community. Visit the ITS Self-Serve for Teams Site Creation to set up a site automatically created for your course, and Create a Team for more information about this process.

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